Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins is a doctoral student in the history department at Columbia University and currently a visiting researcher at L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris, France. He focuses primarily on 20th-century transatlantic intellectual history. His dissertation is entitled Raymond Aron, the United States and the Origins of Neo-Conservatism in France. His work has been published in Book Forum, Times Literary Supplement, Prospect Magazine, and The Immanent Frame.


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Why Liberalism Needs Islam

American and European missionaries of liberalism are trying to proselytize Muslims to the system of values of Western liberalism....


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